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  • IGC cuts global corn production estimate

    The International Grains Council (IGC) has cut its forecast for global corn production for the 2020/21 season. The estimate is down 10 million tons from last month, to 1.146 billion. Reductions in […]

  • Midday cash livestock markets

    Direct cash cattle trade activity is off to a typically quiet start to the week.  Buyers and sellers are busy taking inventory, with bids and asking prices yet to surface.   Last week’s business […]

  • 2020 a good year for alfalfa in Upper Midwest

    Observations on alfalfa grown in the Upper Midwest were generally quite positive this year. University of Minnesota Extension crops educator Dave Nicolai says performance is always somewhat […]

  • Congress faces daunting to-do list during Lame Duck

    Congress returns to a daunting list topped by the need for a spending bill to avoid a government shutdown. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said before the Thanksgiving recess there must be an omnibus […]

  • EU tariffs hurt US wheat farmers

    US wheat farmers are the latest victims in a trade battle with the European Union. On November 10, the European Commission issued a 25% import duty on several US goods including non-durum wheat. US […]

  • China biggest destination for corn, sorghum, soybeans

    The USDA says sorghum and soybean export inspections for the week ending November 26th were more than what’s needed to meet projections for the current marketing year. The 2020/21 marketing year […]

  • Brownfield partners with MU Extension for 2021 Ag Market and Policy Webinar

    Jefferson City, Mo.  (November 23, 2020) –  Brownfield Ag News is proud to partner with the University of Missouri Extension for their 2021 Agricultural Market and Policy Outlook Webinar.  The […]

  • Brownfield Ag Weather Today

    Sponsored by Pivot Bio PROVEN Looking ahead, the 6- to 10-day outlook for the likelihood of near- or below-normal temperatures and precipitation across much of the country. Warmer-than-normal […]

  • Planting early? Use seed treatments

    There’s increasing data that indicates soybean farmers see better yields when planting early. If only capturing more bushels was that simple… Field conditions are typically less than ideal […]

  • USDA raises 2021 export projections

    The USDA has raised its latest export projections for fiscal year 2021. University of Missouri ag economist Scott Brown said that’s in large part due to corn and soybeans. “Total ag exports at […]

  • Cattle, hog futures lower heading into the weekend

    At the Chicago Mercantile Exchange, live cattle closed lower, and feeder cattle were mostly lower in limited volume pressured by the lower boxed beef prices and waiting for the rest of the week’s […]

  • CLOSING GRAIN AND LIVESTOCK FUTURES: NOVEMBER 27, 2020

    Dec. corn closed at $4.25 and 1/2, up 5 1/2 centsJan. soybeans closed at $11.91 and 3/4, up 7 and 3/4 centsDec. soybean meal closed at $398.50, up $1.60Dec. soybean oil closed at 38.70, down 52 […]

  • USGC leader says China’s grain demand signal “structural change”

    A U.S. Grains Council official says the growth in China’s grain demand has not been caused by a temporary shortage.  Bryan Lohmar told commodities broker S&P Global Platts the Chinese corn […]

  • Brazilian state moves toward improved roads to move crops to port

    One of Brazil’s key farm production states is pushing to expand highway access to ports.  According to Bloomberg, Mato Grosso’s Governor will soon auction more than 300 miles in road […]

  • Soybeans, corn make gains ending the holiday week

    Soybeans closed higher on an oversold bounce from Wednesday. Soybeans are being supported by mixed South American weather. Most of central and northern South America are forecast to remain dry while […]

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